Click here to read about the JFK PTO FUN Family Project!!
Click here for the plant sale order form. The order form and payment need to be at school by the end of Friday, March 5, 2021. Please send the form and money into school with your student, drop off at the office or mail to the school. (John F. Kennedy Elem. ATTN: PTO 5030 Polen Dr. Kettering, Ohio 45440)
JFK's online auction is beginning May 2nd and ending May 6th. Payment is due at pick up on May 8th.
Information about the online auction:
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!
We were unable to do our traditional fundraiser this school year. We have found an alternative way to help raise money for the JFK PTO! We are having an ONLINE AUCTION!!
The auction will start on May 2nd and end on May 6th, with item pick up and payment on May 8th at JFK.
WE ARE IN NEED OF AUCTION ITEMS!
If you would like to donate an item, you can do so by sending it in with your child to school (if in person), mailing it to the school (please put Attn: JFK PTO) or reach out to us and we can make arrangements to get it from you.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!
Please note that these supply lists are for IN-SCHOOL instruction only. Once teachers are assigned for online learners, those teachers will communicate supply needs to their students and families.
JFK 2020 - 2021 School Supplies for in-school students only
JFK Arrival and Dismissal Procedures
On International Walk to School Day, JFK will be participating in various activites iincluding encouraging everyone to walk to school!
The Kettering Board of Education will meet in Regular Session on Tuesday, February 16, 2021.
The Kettering City Schools are now registering kindergarten students for the 2021-2022 school year.
As we return to in-person learning on January 25, we must also prepare for the possibility of “Calamity Day” events when inclement weather makes it unsafe to transport students to and from school.
Dr. Carrie Hennessy, KCS's Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Leader, has launched a web page designed to provide staff members and families with resources to support behavioral and mental health and academic success.
Gov. Mike DeWine has mandated that school districts maintain a Reporting and Notification Dashboard to alert the school community to positive COVID-19 cases among students and staff members.